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  • 1. Cloning extinct animals Jacob Kotch period 1
  • 2. Basic Principles of Genetics 1. when there is just a recessive allele that becomes the trait but when a dominant allele becomes present it masks the recessive allele and becomes the main trait. 2. When two traits are co dominant they mix together to make the offspring trait. 3. The two traits combine and which ever allele is the dominant allele has the higher probability of becoming the off springs trait.
  • 3. Human Genome Project The human genome project was launched in the 1980s as an organized effort to provide the information researchers need to understand the genetic basis of all disease.
  • 4. Genetic Disorder
    • Human allelic disorders (recessive) are things such as Albinism disease is a lack of pigmentation in the skin hair and eyes, tay- sachs disease is a autosomal recessive disease in which the nervous system is degenerating (decreasing) symptoms come after birth, Sickle cell anemia is an autosomal recessive the allele causes a single amino acid substitution in the beta chains of hemoglobin.
    • Sex linked traits can result in a disease such as hemophilia in which blood cells do not clot normally.
  • 5. Argument 1 We should clone extinct species because we need to study them and learn how they became extinct if the served society in any way and if they are dangerous and if we can bring them back and use them for science.
  • 6. Argument 2 Also because we cant let people think that we can lose animals because we need them for food and preserving and respecting there habitat and just mother nature we need to stop somewhere before we don’t have any animals left.
  • 7. Argument 3
  • 8. Argument 4
  • 9. Conclusion I have come to the conclusion that we must preserve nature and life it is not ok to continually destroy our food supply and life we need this we can still kill some but moderately and if the come extinct we can bring them back and monitor them and protect them.
  • 10. Works Cited Ms. Morgan's website, Google http://www.popsci.com/scitech/article/2003-05/face-should-we-clone-fading-species.

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